I'm a pretty laid back person, I tend to take things as the come and have adopted the saying "everything happens for a reason,"
I'm that person that shows up late ALL the time, seriously most people know to now tell me to be there at least 2 hours before everyone else so I end up showing up at the actual time. It got worse when I had my kids. This only applies to my personal time though, I can't stand being late to work and tend to start freaking out if it looks like I'll be even one minute late. I blame that on how I was raised.
I can be painfully shy at times, though this is something I have gotten better with the older I get. I can say the internet does help me get over this, something about not having to look in a strangers eyes makes it much easier on me.
I'm happily married and deeply in love with my husband. He is really one of the most amazing people I have ever met and I thank God that he is in my life. I have two wonderful children that are growing up way to fast for my taste.Something about my baby being in kindergarten just doesn't sit well with me, sometimes I wish they were babies again and then I remember the diapers and I change my mind again. They really are the lights of my life.
|Rocky and Apollo |
(yes unfortunately like the movies)
I find that I can't live comfortably in a house that doesn't have animals in it and over the years and have bought quite a few into my home. I now own two cats and two dogs and fear that the number will only go up with time. My cats still aren't sure if they like the dogs (the cats where there first) so sometimes its like a tiny animal war in my house but I still loves me my animals, they are super duper cute. I had to put that picture of my puppies there (its a cute one so its okay), they are both from the same shelter and they became the best of buddies within minutes of meeting each other (we adopted them at different times). They love each other so much it makes my heart squeeze. If you can't tell I love talking about my animals so you might actually hear a whole lot about them when I'm not putting a review up.
I would like to think I'm a funny person, but I really think that my husband thinks I'm funny and everyone else thinks I'm strange. That is something I can live with.
I love reading, I'm pretty sure I'm addicted to it. I can't go very long without reading something. Writing reviews is just something that happened one day. But I don't like when these two things start feeling like work, I turn grumpy when this happens. Really no one likes it when I'm grumpy, especially my husband though I'm pretty sure he is laughing at me on the inside when the grumpy me rears its head.
And that is pretty much me in a nut shell.
Just thought I would add this in here real quick since its not the first time I was asked this.
I don't charge people for book reviews, most of the time when I write a review for someone I get a free book out of it and that is good enough for me. I also don't get paid for it either, its just something I do in my free time.